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nor'easter of wind and moisture there on the right, about to get a jolt of extra energy from a second storm. and this is how it feels on the ground. streets are turned into ski slopes. snowplows, no match for the icy slick and a sign that says it all, avoid all travel. abc's weather editor sam champion standing by and our extreme weather team up and down the storm zone. we start with abc's meteorologist jinker zee, she's in boston. ginger? >> it's not often that you get to stand in the street in the middle of boston and have absolutely nothing around you. after 4:00 p.m., people were told, do not drive. if you do, you get a $500 fine or face up to a year of jail time. pretty intense and it should be as all eyes on this nor'easter that will be sure to make weather history. >> reporter: it's a pre blizzard paralyzation. >> stay off the roads. stay home. >> reporter: boston's on lockdown. their airport shut down. and states of emergency were declared in at least five states. >> i think everybody's in a panic. everyone's getting ready. we don't know what to expect. >> reporter: well, we d
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